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have heard so much recently about the poor condition of baltimore city school buildings and the building that will cost to fix. >> they're getting some unexpected help from hundreds of teenagers that are here to pitch in. tim tooten is in the newsroom -- i have got my shifts confused. >> they're connected to a ministry with the catholic church. they spend part of their summers in places like baltimore putting their faith into action. this has been home base for these young missionaries. they are here in city schools cleaning, stacking, and serving. they're helping them identify with their christian faith through service. they're led by a small group of adults helping them model faith in action. >> it makes me thankful for all i have. help them out. >> we are overwhelmed with the need. >> it has brought a smile to a school staff. >> it's a great thing to have wonderful caring people to come and help. i salute them. >> it's safe to say they're hoping to get the list next year. >> police need help to identify a man is shot and killed someone in baltimore city. >> i'm very s
our area.in baltimore city... four school programs have been relocated. in baltimore county... eight schools are closed today. today.foo a list of affected schools.. go to foxbaltimooe dot com slash morning. 3 3 895 mmp 3 the dangerous temperatures are prompting state health officials to issueeheat advisories for all of maryland. maryland.megan gilliland is heee with ore on what you need to know to stay saae in good morning guys,we're talking about nother triple digit day... at this point... it's not just hot....it's dangerous out there. there.here ii the city... officials have extendee the code red heat alert through sunday... that meens 21- cooling centers will remain open through that time... inside you an cool down in the air conndtioninggand grab some free water. 2:08 i've been coming here cause i am a diabetic i have 3 high blood pressure and as you can see i have a water 20 22if you're not staying hydrated in this kiid of weather... heat exhaustton or heat stroke can result... potentially leading to brain &pdamageeorreven death.here aae out for... heavv sweating, muscle cr
.in baltimore city... four school programs have been relocated. schooos are closed today.ght today.for a list of affected schools.. go to foxbaltimore dot com slash morning. 3 3 3 3 3 p3 3 ,3 3it's not ust hot... it's dannerouu outside.sttte health offfcials areewarning everyone to beecarefuu. careful.tom rodgers is here with the heat advisories now in effect... pplu your other top stories. nowwthat ... we're alking about some very serious health issues. ii fact.. eeght people in maryland have died from heat- related issues this week. peek.thh entire ssate of maryllnd is under a code red peat alert.here in the city... that means 21-cooling ccnters will remaan ooen through that time... inside you can cool down in the air conditioning and grab some free water.the best way to beat this heat... is to stay ut it.if you have to be outside....stay hydrated. 1143 when i'm out here i drink water make sure i have something on my stomach. stay for like 20 minutes and then stop, takeea break just try to not over exert myself 54nats of digging in coolers poolersif you'rr trying to beat the heat at home
in baltimore county. five of them have been in baltimore city. many of the victims have had underlying heart problems. and it certainly underscores how dangerous this heat can be. >> reporter: the death toll keeps rising across maryland, during one of the longest stretches of temperatures above 95 degrees in state history. and those who have to work outside are doing their best to stay hydrated and safe. >> it can get pretty hectic. have to drink a lot of fluids. have to keep you balanced. >> it's very, very bad. but we work because i need money. i need to pay the bills. i need --ue know. -- you know. we need work. >> reporter: most of the deaths have been in baltimore city, men, over 65, with heart problems. but no one is immune from the danger. >> the longer this goes on, as people become sort of used to it, they may lose sight of the fact that it continues to be a real hazard. >> we want to avoid any deaths at all. and if people stay cool and hydrated, we can avoid those negative outcomes. >> he's the biggest problem. pavement gets really hot. i try to keep really short walks. >> reporter
people so far in baltimore city. health officials say emergency rooms have been swarmed. i east and bottled water has been passed out to people -- ice and bottled water have been passed out to people without power. davis says he suffered back-to- back heat. he and his wife continue to sleep at home with the windows closed for safety reasons, driving up the temperature. >> it has been miserable. that is true. >> we are just try to cope with it. we bought a portable fans. my grandson, he got sick and had to rush him to the emergency room because he has asthma. >> the heat wave -- the heat is a silent killer. those with chronic conditions can get sick after the heat wave breaks. you have to be vigilant before and after the heat wave takes off. nadia ramdass, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. making matters worse, no power one week after last friday's storm. b.g.e. crews have been working around the clock. 29,000 people are still without power. officials hope to have everybody back online by the end of the weekend. you can find up-to-the-minute information on the power outages online a
to show you from earlier. the area north of baltimore city and baltimore county where crews were diligently attacking the neighborhoods trying to get in the area. i did have a chance to speak to officials and they were telling me that of all the trucks that have come in from out of state, they even have 300 that have come in from georgia alone. this does not include the stuff from canada and elsewhere, but just these three hundred from georgia. i'm capt. roy taylor. >> trees in a backyard are posing a problem for george richardson. she wants these cut and cleared, but what could happen? she has a conservation area right behind her home. >> i do worry about that. they did penalize me or give me some type of a fine in this situation. >> she is allowed to clear the trees, move them from use them for firewood. >> the trees may have been in a conservation district, but she is responsible for the removal. >> the maryland attorney general's office is investigating complaints of price gouging by some hotels and gas station owners. david collins joins us live with the details. >> price go
. >> so far, health officials say five people have lost their lives in baltimore city. if you think it is hot -- >> it's 120 in here,. >> they're concerned about the next few days because of the expected 100 plus temperatures. there are all of the utility workers outside. >> we are concerned about this heat wave. had 18 days of 90 degrees or more and two days 100 degrees or more. this doctor of mercy hospital says the ers' starting to fill up with patients with heat- related illnesses so it's inherently vital. >> when you start to get confused and irrational, you may be in trouble. >> city health officials say that it is a silent killer. those with conditions like heart condition or as month can get intense heat exposure. nadia ramdas, wbal-tv 11 news. over half of these residents are in baltimore county. they are restoring power to 700,000 customers. wbal radio is saying once all power is restored, they will have 21 days to report on how they managed our restoration. they will evaluate if it was possible to handle this matter. thousands of aid workers have been brought in to help w
hree of them in baltimore city its especially pifficult foo those with respirattry problems. 3 and kinda wheezing like. i've got a wheezing tting. that lets me know its time to get on to my machine." machine." been without powwr for six as - use hee breathing device. crees bbgan workinggin hee catonnville neighborhoodd thursddy afternoon.. but, soo far... no pooer. the hunt is on for thief, in anne aaundel county... taking advantage of the power outages. power at her home in edgewater friday... and didd't have it for severalldays.the 3&to the she left the doors and windoos open and unlocked... waiting ffr a breeze. she was asleep on her couch in the livinn room... when suddenly, at aboott2 o'clock in the morniig... a noiss woke her up. and she saw a man standing nearby. 3&(sames) ""nd i jjst screamed, get out!" as loud as i could, i grabbed my blackberry from the taale there and ran oot could." sames says tte co" manngrabbed her purse and everything ii it, inccuding her credit cards, debit card is back onmeanwhilee.. they've got two reporrs of thefts related
of the deaths have been in baltimore city. five of them. and there have been about 60 heat-related emergency room visits every day throughout the state. >> reporter: even before the sun came up, it was a hot one. one of the longest stretches in maryland history, of temperatures above 95 degrees. for some, if you can't beat the heat, go full-bore into the sun. >> i'm not a big hot weather person. but you wouldn't be able to talk with me here dripping in sweat in the sun. >> it's irritating. >> reporter: for others it was time to hit the shade. the temperatures are rising. most of those who have died are men older than 65 who live in baltimore. >> people who have chronic illness, particularly heart problems, they do worse with the heat. and they do worse with every day of the heat. so you can see increasing problems and increasing deaths as the heat wave goes on. >> avoid alcohol. keep hydrated. and monitor yourself. monitor your body. but we can survive this well if we take the necessary precautions. >> i can't move any slower than what i'm already moving. [ laughter ] >> i find that i have n
throughout the day. the heat wave so far this week has claimed the lives of five people in baltimore city. emergency room visits are soaring. there have been eight heat- related deaths in maryland this week. ice and bottled water has been passed out to people without power. one man has suffered back-to- back heat strokes since the storm knocked out his power. he and his wife continue to sleep at home with the windows closed for safety reasons. >> it has been miserable. that is the truth. >> we are just try to cope with it. we bought portable fans, but it wasn't nothing but the little tiny ones. my grandson, he got sick and we had to rush him to the emergency room last night because he's an asthmatic. >> city -- health officials tell us the heat is a silent killer, as bessie those who deal with asthma. it is important to stay vigilant before and after this heat wave. nadia ramdass, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. many are still without power after last friday's storms. b.g.e. crews have been working around-the-clock to restore power. most of the outages remain in baltimore county. officials
. >>> this is wjz tv, wjz hd, and wjz.com, baltimore. >> from the city to the counties to your neighborhood, now it's complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland's news station. >>> deadly weather, scorching summer temperatures kill. >> tonight, the race to get power back on for thousands as the heat rises. >>> hello, everyone. >> here's what people are talking about tonight. >> a heat wave takes over maryland. today the sun sizzled with temperatures approaching 100 degrees, making it extremely uncomfortable to be outside. no electricity. tonight, late rainstorms knocked out power to hundreds of fragile homes that had just been restored. wjz is live with extensive coverage. let's begin live in north baltimore with the latest on just how deadly this weather has been. >> reporter: it's hard to believe it's been nearly a week since this storm hit and debris like this still litters the street with triple digit temperatures and power outages, eight heat-related deaths have been reported in maryland. medics rushed to help davis, he and wiz wife stuck in their sweltering apartment with no power. >> i had a heat
. three of the them from baltimore city and the fourth from montgomery city. cooling centers will be open and if you head to abc2news.com we have a list of the locations. >>> saying it is too earlier to blame bge for a slow response now that we are in day seven. pikesville one of the areas still without power and people who live there say they're getting very frustrated with bge. >> nobody is happy until all the power is back on but we don't at this point have the data to grade fairly the performance one weighter other. >> i think the pons is bad, no one -- the response is bad, no one can give you any answers and you're suffering. >> the idea of burying power lines does not seem to be going way. they have been calling on a pse to study it. power still a problem after a lot of storms hit the area and more than 30,000 people without power this morning. so this morning abc2 news is live at the bte call center where they have been getting an ear full. >> reporter: they have indeed. let's update the numbers we're down to 27,000, they have restored power to 3000 people in the matter of about an
at the cool center in baltimore city -- call center in baltimore, right now, at a 95% success rate and more crews coming into to help. joining me right now laquisha has been here 13 days. >> 7 straight days for the storm anxiousing phone calls. >> -- answering phone calls. >> reporter: how has ha been for you, taking the calls, i'm sure the frustration is taxing on you. >> we have to be empathetic and i lost my power so i can understand how they feel. >> reporter: when you're relate to go a customer is something you might tell them because the human element of what you're trying to do, but you're saying i'm in the same boat you are. >> that's the first thing i advise them, i'm out of my power as well, and they understand i'm in the same boat they are. >> reporter: are have you had a caller who was especially polite. >> we've will people call in and say hey, thank you, i see you guys are working this one lady didn't have the power on and she wanted to thank us for the hard work we've done. >> reporter: to the other side of the coin, have you had people who are unusual unhappy,. >> of course.
. >> reporter: most of the deaths have have been in baltimore city. older men, with heart problems. but no one is immune. >> people may lose sight of the fact that it continues to be a real hazard. >> we want to avoid any deaths at all. and if people stay cool and hydrated, we can avoid those negative outcomes. >> heat is a big problem. try to take the dog out. and the pavement gets really hot. try to keep really short walks. >> reporter: some are enjoying being outside in the hazy sunshine. >> to me, laying out in the sun is ther putic. and -- therapeutic and clears my mind and thoughts. when you can't afford tanning, you improvise. >> i saw the temperature tomorrow. and i thought, how far away can i get if i start driving now? [ laughter ] >> reporter: and the state has activated its emergency heat plan. right now, there is an emergency meeting of the city council to discuss the response to this heat wave. reporting live in hampden, mike hellgren, week eyewitness news. >> mike -- wjz eyewitness news. >> mike, thank you. bge and thousands of out-of- town crews continue to work to get people b
than 13,000 homes without it. there are seven thousand customers out in baltimore city and more than 1,000 in howard county and also ann arundel county. wjz 13 is always on for you with the latest first warning weather forecast and you live look at the radar when you need to, go to wjz.com. >>> the economy did add more jobs but not as many as was hoped or enough to make a dent in the unemployment rate. mrosz -- >> employers continued hiring in june but slowly. the economy added 80,000 new jobs, less than unexpected. the over all unemployment rate remained at 8.2%. diane was laid off from the theater industry and went on more than 100 interviews. >> when you're doing everything right and still not getting a job it makes you more fruted. you fish -- frustrated. you wish you knew there was something you could change. >> the economy has gained an average of 150,000 jobs a month. that's down from last year and a sign the labor market is using seam. >> manufacturing added 11,000, the 9th straight month of gains. health care and financial services increased hiring. president obama commented f
>>> now, abc2 news at 5:30. >>> baltimore city is under a code red heat alert through the weekend and people will be seeing triple digit temperatures. a nice heat related death was reported. a man in baltimore county. this heat can be dangerous and deadly. let's check in with wyatt everhart to find out how long this extreme heat is going to last. i hope you got good news for us. >> the end is in sight. the problem is the end doesn't get here until monday. a lot of heat this weekend. the peak coming tomorrow. our excessive warning nearly statewide, except for the mountains where it's a different climate. through saturday even eve. we are talking about a humid warm night. the grounds extremely hot from the days in a row of heat and sunshine today. we will get down close to 80, upper 70s. the numbers have been in the upper 90s. feeling like 107 frederick. 101 baltimore. that is a computer glitch. 140 easton, i don't think so. weather equipment is having difficulty. 102 tomorrow. that's going to be the peak of the heat wave. that's not the index, that's the air temperature tomorrow. >
in baltimore city. ba [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today. >> good morning. happy friday. i am jennifer franciotti. >> i am stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> will be close to 100 the next couple days. but relief is in sight. it will
by vitac -- www.vitac.com the code red heat alert extended through the weekend in baltimore city and nearly the entire state will be facing triple digit temperatures. the heat wave claimed a 9th death. >>> what does it feel like to go one week in 100-degree temperatures. these folks in oak hill can tell you. >>> the parents of a boy who drowned 6 years ago are talking about their son and the laws they hope will prevent any future tragedy. >>> well the code red heat alert has been extended through sunday. it was extremely hot. we want to show you a live look at the harbor. steamy. if you be
thousand of them are n baltimore county... ...and about 20 thousand are in baltimore city.b-g-e as restored power to neerly 690-thousand people who loss power uring the stoom ...and its these last power problems hat may be most difficult to fix. thousands of field aad support forces..... some coming rom as far as quebec... are aggressively working to restore service to those still daak.... karen parks is live at the -g-e staging area where some of those crrws are pust coming in after a long day at work......karen? karen? there are crews here ffom canada....georgia..... flooiiaajust to name a restoring ppwer o the nearly 40 thousand still in the dark... dark.... 3 its truly a team ffort... more than four thousand bge....contract and out off staae ield and support forces will contiiue to work around the clock unttl each and everyy ccews got hhre sunday..... and all describe the restoration to be difficult......one worker frro mississippi compares it to thh restoratioo efforts afterrhurricane katrina. &p (31:09) in mississippi we had total devvstation of just ab
to eight in the last week. three of the latest ones were in baltimore city. two of those were men over 65. >> it's been one week since the deadly storms ripped through our area, but thousands of people don't have point of viewer this morning. pepco has 7,000 customers in the dark and dominion virginia is reporting 900 offline and in prince georges county for bg&e, about 1100. residents are frustrated to see crews show up and leave because the trees are don or the power crews are not there. here's more on why that happened. >> there is an extreme amount of coordination involved and customers don't always understand what that process is and the process that the tree trimmers have to come in, line mechanics have to come in, one grope has to come in to de- energize. another group has to come in to trim the trees and another group has to come in to actually do the repair work. >> he said pepco will do a performance analysis after restoring power to all of the customers and they will make that analysis public so customers can see what they think went well and what didn't. >>> all right, well, a
baltimore city and the 4th is from montgomery are county. remember to head to abc2news.com to find the closer cooling center in your community. >>> a new law will be signed in anne arundel county that will help future drownings, it requires a defibrillator to be installed in all public pools in the county and all lifeguards will be trained on how to use that equipment. a bill was named for conner freed, he died at the pool six years ago, if the defibrillator at that pool, she believes her son would still be alive. >>> you can certainly expect delayings along york road -- delays along york road again today. the water main broke again, so that is twice in two days. it has been fixed in one point, that's the southbound side as crews work to repair that area, so keep that a in mind if your travels take you around that area. the west coast ask you probably were asleep before that final pitch and here's what you missed, they lost to los angeles, they blew a lead but the final score was 9-7. mark reynolds and ryan flattery hit homers in the 2nd, and baltimore rather head 7-3. but the ange
. three of the latest deaths were in baltimore city. two were men over 65 years old. [sirens] >> oh, my god! >> everybody watch out. get off the [bleep] street. >> exclusive video you'll only see on fox 5. a suspect shot by police officers jumps into a police cruiser and takes off. >> this happened in college park and the university of maryland was temporarily placed on lock down. it's since reopened. sherri ly is live with the latest. >> reporter: allison, this is one of those wild scenes you would normally see in the movies. shootout between a gunman and the police. shots fired in two different locations. the suspect stealing the police cruiser and it ended here at this mcdonald's with a crash. we've got exclusive video that was captured by a witness after the gunman and police got into the shootout. officers had their guns drawn. a witness said officers were beating the man with batons when he got into the police car and took off. happened before 11:00 last night across from the university of maryland campus. blocks away police nabbed the suspect. he smashed through a wall in a stole
the total of heat related deaths to eight, three from baltimore city and the fourth from montgomery county. head to abc2news.com for a list of all the locations of cooling centers. >>> traffic alert to tell you ability, delays along york road, a water main bustled twice, but it's been fixed. we're talking about warren and shawon roads, one southbound lane will be closed until the road is completely repaired. that could impact your commute. we're out of time. we're going to send you back to new york for good morning medical care, we'll have another update coming up. [ cheers and applause ] >>> look at that. big soundcheck. what do we call them again? >> lovatics. >> demi lovato fans, swarming central park. we count down to the superstar. as good and inspirational as we have, taking center stage there. in just a bit, the summer concert series rolling merrily along, as we wish you all a very good morning. robin and george, taking time off. amy robach by my side. >>> the divorce battle between katie holmes and tom cruise is heating up. surprise, surprise. did katie take a cue from tom's two ol
in the works. the construction for the track around downtown baltimore will start on july 30th. the city is expected to announce lane closures two weeks out. the whole thing will be built in 32 days with crews working day and night. >> food, fun and great music, the african american festival kicks off in downtown baltimore, more than 500,000 people are expected to attend this big event. >> tons of food and crafts and culture. all of our african american museums that are here doing a phenomenal exhibit. we have showcases. we have some of our artists coming out to do book signings, autograph signings and for our headliners, this year, we are rolling out the red carpet. >> with major heat this weekend, organizers are making sure you stay hydrated with cooling stations and water on hand. festival is from noon until 10:00 and sunday noon until 9:00. >>> charities taking a big hit. some are able to do things that are unbelievable still. an investigation in to how maryland nonprofits are able to raise millions without spending a penny. it's aer inly impossible task but it's -- it's a nearly imp
customers in baltimorr city without power. baltimore county... and in anne arundel countyy.. more than 12- hundred.since the power to more than 770 stored thoussnd people. this extreme heat is not only dangerous for humans bbt it alsooposes a real danger tt pets..... jeff abell shows us why many ppt owners arr sounding the as thousands strugglee to survive this hhat wave....there is real concern porgotten. experts say pets overheat a loo quicker than humanss.... especially pugs and boston terriers. sighh, experts are warning pet owners tonight to keep lose p(2:38:30)) "certainly a waam pet will pant. if there's excessive breathing or signs of weakness, llthargy, vomiting. those are tell taleesigns that something is wrong. you wanna call a pet e-r right away, if you can get your pet cooled quickly, thats great, but you'll ppobably have to go to emergency." expeets advise walking your dog in the early or late hourssof the day.... keep pavement.... anddtheir systems well hydrated. and pets burn too. jeeff abell, fox 45, news at five. and that brings us to oor que
see a topographic map from a satellite. what you see in red is the city of baltimore. places where the sunlight does not hit the ground because it is all paved. it is to make sure that every footfall is secure and you cannot pay a bit of attention to it. many of you have been doing it for quite a few years now. it is not good to sleepwalk through life. that way we don't have to
is urged to contact the city's homicide unit. we're learning city police are investigating a third shooting in northeast baltimore. a man was found shot just before 10:00 this evening. paramedics responded and transport the victim to a hospital. we do not know the condition of the victim or the circumstances surrounding the shooting. >> anne arundel county police are investigating the death of an active duty member of the national guard. he was climbing over the balcony at the embassy suites hotel. he was fell and taken to the hospital, where he later died. witnesses say the air men did seem intoxicated. an exact cause of death has not been determined. the man had just returned from an overseas deployment. the search is on for the suspects that robbed a royal farms store in hartford county. the surveillance photos show the men entering the store. when they were inside come that they assaulted the two clerks. anyone with information is asked to call crime solvers. last month, howard county police said a scarcity of drugs led five men to come up with a creative solution to their problem. they
arundel, more than 1000 people in the dark. no power. baltimore, 10,000. more than 6000 people out in the city, and just under 200 without power in harford county. that's where we find cheryl conner. it is day 7 without power for some people in the forest hill area. how are the people dealing in this extreme heat with no power? >> reporter: harford was not one of the hardest hit areas when it comes to bge power outages. tell that to the people here and it doesn't matter. they have gone a week without power and haven't seen a crew yet and sitting in the shade get getting to know neighbors a little bit better. i got off the phone with a bge spokeswoman, a crew will be dispatched here tonight, that it was an underground line affected. bob evans has quite the story out here. your wife was going in to labor as the storm hit and you lost power. >> her water broke friday in the middle of the storm. we made our trek to franklin square in the middle of the storm. five minutes after her water broke our power went out. that was about 11:30 friday night. my son was born, casey, everything is
, yet another day riple digit temperatures from oklahoma city to baltimore. record breaking heat now linked to two deaths in chicago. severe storms through parts of tennessee, killing two people and knocking out power to thousands. >>> and thanks but no thanks. the lifeguard fired who leaving his zone for a rescue was offered his job back. why did he turn it down? we'll explain today, july 6th, 2012. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today," live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and welcome to "today" on this friday morning. i'm natalie morales. >> i'm willie geist in for matt. more on this morning's jobs report in a mom. meantime the brutal heat wave that's gripped much of this nation expected finally to come to an end this weekend. >> you may be feeling the impact of the summer scorcher long after this weather cools down. we'll explain straight ahead. >> new details on that fourth of july tragedy off new york's long island, three children killed when a yacht capsized. this morning we'll hear from the man who was operating the boat at the time and lost his nephew in the
. the highs expected in the 100s and even higher today if you can believe it. cities like chicago and indianapolis and baltimore, yes, they've had hundreds before, but not like this. >> it is a trip that's going to tackle a lot of issues here globally. secretary of state hillary clinton arriving in paris this morning for the conference on syria. this is the first stop of a 13-day trip that touches on critical issues. they'll be discussing egypt, the middle east, the war in afghanistan and china and north korea. secretary clinton will also meet with palestinian president mahmoud abass and off to asia for a conference in afghanistan and tokyo, cambodia for meetings with officials from southeast nations. >> no summer vags vacation for her. now the florida kid has been offered his job back. here's the catch. lopez doesn't want it. he's a lifeguard and knew he was breaking the rules when you left his stand and ran into an area that was not -- officially his area but he saw a struggling swimmer. he saw a guy drowning and saw it and he had he had to respond. he told erin burnett he would
heat is catching up with those who have been without power for a week now. we visited a west baltimore man who would could -- could no longer tolerate the temperatures. he was taken away with a heatstroke. eight people have died from the heat. bge hoped to add 100 out of state workers yesterday, instead they got 250 more to tackle the outages. about 20,000 have had their service restored in the past 24 hours. reporting in north baltimore, mike schuh. >>> a man is behind bars after a police involved shooting. it happened last night just outside the maryland campus. officers shot the man after he try today steal a police cruiser. he crashed it into a brick barrier and was taken to the hospital. nobody else was hurt. >>> four men are under indictment after a meth lab was discovered inside the holiday inn after someone tipped them off. each man faces a number of charges. >>> stay with wjz 13, maryland's news station. up next travel websites that will make your summer vacation the best yet. actor allen coming talks ability -- about his roll on the cbs hit show the >>> wow. hello long beach.
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